Are you a new supplier/entrant to the Australian Development Program or want to know more about Doing Business with DFAT and DFAT Tender Requirements, then join our webinar on Thursday, 1st December at 9.30am AEDT.
The Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) is seeking expressions of interest from interested organisations to deliver PNG Women Lead, the bilateral successor program to Pacific Women Shaping Pacific Development (Pacific Women) in Papua New Guinea.
The Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) is seeking expressions of interest from Australian media organisations with experience in Communications for Development (C4D) to deliver Phase 4 of the Pacific Media Assistance Scheme (PACMAS) in partnership with Pacific island countries. Papua New Guinea is covered by a separate investment, the Media Development Initiative.
DFAT has a requirement for a Contractor to manage the implementation of the Addressing Regional Disparities program in Indonesia. The program is anticipated to be AUD160 million over eight years (four plus four, 2022-2030).
In response to COVID-19, commercial contractors have relocated staff to Australia (or a third country) and are working remotely to deliver agreed project deliverables. In some cases staff have redeployed back in-country.
DFAT has a requirement for a Contractor to manage the implementation of phase II of Australia Awards Women’s Leadership Initiative. A request for tender will be released via Austender in December 2021.
The ‘Big Meet’ is DFAT’s fifth annual development supplier event and the first to be held solely online. The Big Meet is the premier conference for DFAT and commercial development suppliers looking to collaborate, engage and maximise business networking and get updates on implementation of the development program.